These small companies are poised to deliver hefty returns, says Osterweis Capital’s Jim Callinan.
Both men and women use „vocal fry,“ the tendency to lower their voices at the end of words and phrases. A language scholar explores what causes the sound and why women are more likely to be criticized for it. Illustration: Heather Seidel/The Wall Street Journal
Square Cash offers a physical debit card, making it easier to spend the money you get.
North Korea boasts about its nuclear weapons program by releasing photos and videos of its missiles. But in them are tiny clues to their true capability. A team of U.S. analysts, working outside the government, shows how they decode these images to determine when North Korea is bluffing – and when it is showing true power. Photo: North Korea State Media
The gadget maker’s popularity is based firmly in reproductive instincts, argues NYU professor Scott Galloway.
NYU marketing professor Scott Galloway talks about the search giant’s profound role in society.
The thriving dot-com could fall into decline if it doesn’t handle its fake news scandal carefully, says NYU’s Scott Galloway.
After a favorable story in Barron’s, the Puerto Rico-exposed cable and telecom business was trading higher. Ben Levisohn and Jack Hough discuss.
China is the world’s largest market for electric vehicles, thanks largely to subsidies that drive costs down. Those incentives will end by 2020, but the government is betting that won’t be the end of the road for its electric dream. Photo/Video: Eva Tam/The Wall Street Journal
After a 30-month slide, Boston Beer shares have staged a surprising turnaround.